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ORC 2-10-14




NCPD Arrest 4 Men for Credit Card Fraud hitting Target stores in Westbury, N.Y.
According to detectives, Shaquille Vickers, 20, and Igmar G. Depusoir, 19, entered the Target and were purchasing iPods using different credit cards. They were recognized by an employee as having made purchases in the past using fraudulent credit cards. The car was stopped in the lot and the suspects were found to be in possession of several thousand dollars worth of merchandise from the Westbury Target along with merchandise purchased earlier in the day from the Target Valley Stream and numerous fraudulent cards. The men were placed under arrest without incident. (Source

"Professional Shoplifters" hit Lockport, N.Y., Walmart store for $1K in a couple minutes  One of them pushed his cart straight out the front door without paying for any of the $1,117.91 worth of products, including two laptop computers, some clothing and other goods. All three then met up outside and drove off together, deputies said. Of the three – each of whom was recognized by the loss manager as having been involved in previous thefts at local WalMarts – one is wanted by Amherst police, another has an upcoming appearance in Lancaster Town Court, and the third one has active warrants from the Lancaster, Amherst and New York City police departments, as well as the Niagara County sheriff’s. Deputies said that new warrants have been sought for all three on charges including grand larceny, conspiracy and attempted petit larceny. Investigators are trying to track down the three suspects. (Source

Serial shoplifter wanted in Santa Fe for $2,000 jewelry store hit
Santa Fe police said Friday they have identified a suspect in the theft of $2,000 worth of jewelry from a downtown store, which was captured on surveillance footage. Carlos Lovato, 61, who has a history of shoplifting arrests, was identified as the man seen in a Jan. 28 video taking necklaces, rings and bracelets from displays. Police also said Lovato has had multiple run-ins with Santa Fe police that go back a decade. (Source

Couple Sought in Theft Case at Walgreens in Concord, NH Concord
Police allege that a woman stole electric razor heads and a man then tried to return them for cash. On Jan. 19, around lunchtime, police allege that a woman entered the pharmacy on Loudon Road, stole two Philips Norelco Electric razor heads, and then left the store. Outside the store, the woman was captured on video surveillance meeting a man on the sidewalk on Loudon Road outside of the store. The woman reportedly handed the bag with the stolen merchandise to the man. The man then later entered the store and allegedly attempted to return the razor heads for cash, according to police. “A store employee denied the return." (Source

Two nabbed in Walmart refund scam in Ocala, FL

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